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Articles from the February 22, 2018 edition

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 By Erin Tierney    News    February 22, 2018

City seeks Cobalt kitchen grants, will install floating floor

Creswell City Hall is working on gathering monies for a commercial kitchen installation at the Cobalt Activity Center at 364 Cobalt Lane. In January, the Creswell City Council authorized City...

 
 By Erin Tierney    News    February 22, 2018

Homeowners miffed about ongoing vandalism on Emerald Parkway

Homeowners on Emerald Parkway are disgruntled by the ongoing vandalism and trespassing at their private sports facilities, and recently voiced their concerns to City Hall, stating they should not...

 
 By Erin Tierney    News    February 22, 2018

CSD, aide sued over alleged sexual assault of developmentally disabled child

A court-appointed guardian of a girl with special needs at Creslane Elementary School is suing Creswell School District and a licensed practical nurse (LPN) for allegedly sexually assaulting the...

 
 By Erin Tierney    News    February 22, 2018

'Creswell Rocks'!: A community treasure hunt

If you've been moseying around town lately with a keen eye, you may have noticed little painted rocks scattered in discreet places. Some are painted with snowflakes or hearts, others painted with glit...

 

Bald Knob now reads 'No Trespass'

As of this month, the 42-acre Bald Knob mill site property west of Interstate 5 - also known as Creswell's nuisance property - had donned "No Trespassing" signs, which means that the Lane County...

 

Creswell State of the City Address, Part 1

Editor's note: This is part 1 of the 2018 Creswell State of the City Address. See next week's editorial page for part 2 By Mayor Dave Stram It has been said that, "You can accomplish less than you...

 

Bear Mountain Honey is a local agribusiness success story

Congratulations to the Creswell Chamber of Commerce winners for the year. For all persons and businesses, both those selected and others nominated are considered are worthy of the honors. I wish to...

 

America through the prism of faith

Editor's Note: Local Pastor Herb Newell requested a reprint of the following analysis, published in The Washington Times on Jan. 29, as he readies for the National Day of Prayer. On Tuesday, Jan. 30,... Full story

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    February 22, 2018

Mejia-Rice places second, Nelson third at state

Some key wins but ultimate heartbreak awaited the Creswell Bulldogs at last weekend's OSAA 3A Wrestling State Tournament at Portland's Veterans Memorial Coliseum. A two-time state champion at 145...

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    February 22, 2018

Lady Dawgs earn league's second seed to state

A 44-35 win over Pleasant Hill and a 35-46 loss to League Champion Coquille during Mountain Valley Conference league playoffs last week has the Lady Bulldogs heading to state as the MVC's second...

 
 By Gini Davis    Sports    February 22, 2018

'UnderDawgs' upset 'Devils, grab MVC's top seed to state

After falling to Coquille 49-63 on Jan. 19 but just 58-61 in their Feb. 9 rematch the Creswell Bulldogs were the acknowledged "underDawgs" going into Saturday's game at the Red Devils' house to...

 

SIT & DISCONNECT

"Breathe." That's the first lesson of yoga, says Creswell's Samantha Perroni, who is a yoga and shamanic practitioner. It's something we do every day, and if we're mindful of our breathing, it can...

 

Nutritionally Speaking: Grassfed is best – revisited

We are what we eat. We are what we eat, eats... Let that sink in. If we stop supporting the confinement animal factory farms, we will be supporting the our health and planetary health. Most of the...

 

Why should I care about my blood pressure?

One of the most common conversations in the primary care setting is about blood pressure. This should not be surprising, since according to American Heart Association 2018 statistics almost half of...

 
 By Mike Rothgeb    News    February 22, 2018

The Round Up Saloon: Bringing cheers to our community

Creswell, Oregon is known for its tight-knit communities, caring townspeople and accommodating businesses. The Round Up Saloon, formerly known as The Round Up Tavern, has been around nearly as long...

 

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